ASKING QUESTIONS ON MONEY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP & CAREER, BUSINESS & CAREER IN AFRICA, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, success

THE PATH WAY TO THE TOP

5th October 2017

With Dr Wilbert R. Mutoko

I could tell you how to succeed in life, relationships, marriage, school, business, ministry, health or career. But guess what, I wish I knew how to tell you how to succeed quickly.

Some things will sure demand time and patience from you. Some level of success will definitely demand sleep away from your eyes. Some success level will inflict pain on your back bone. Some level of achievement will rob you of time to socialize and be yourself.

Similarly, raising well-behaved children is not an overnight success. Nor is building a blissful marriage something that comes by luck. The same can be said about building a great business, career or ministry. It takes commitment over many years.

Some people ask me how I have been able to write books, travel across the continent as a motivational speaker; do corporate training; mentor & coach people; volunteer my services to Churches, prisons, hospitals, orphanages, and homes of disabled; offer free counseling etc, and still I have time for my family.

I wish I could be able to explain convincingly. But it takes willingness to consistently re-invent oneself and being on the move to self-betterment and making a difference in other people’s lives every day.

That is why one of my mentors puts it this way when someone asks him for one nutshell for success in ministry or business, “There is no one nutshell. There are many ‘Naughty shells’. Go and find out.”

What do you think?

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ASKING QUESTIONS ON MONEY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP & CAREER, BUSINESS & CAREER IN AFRICA, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, success

Dealing with Challenges

18 September 2017

With Dr Wilbert R. Mutoko (PhD, FHEA)

Challenges will always come to you. However, what matters most is not how tough the challenges are, but rather how you respond to the challenges.

Similarly, seasons of life are not the same. Some people enjoy winter, while others enjoy summer.

Paradoxically, many people neither like summer nor winter. Those are the realities of life.

It is not which season you are in that matters, but rather how you respond to the season. That is why when winter comes, you buy and wear warm clothes. At the same time, when summer comes, you change your wardrobe.

How do you respond to challenges as a leader?

How do react to challenges as a follower?

What about as a team player?

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The past, the present and the future

With Dr Wilbert R. Mutoko

31 July 2017

 

Many people have been taught that in order to become ultra successful, they should focus on the future and forget their past.

However, for you to be ultra successful in life, career, ministry, spirituality, health, relationships, finances, business, school, family, etc., you need to learn from your past, manage your present and work on your future. There needs to be a balance.

If you ignore your past, you will possibly repeat past mistakes or you fail to maximize on past lessons. Similarly, if you ignore your present, you may never set a good foundation for your future. Remember that tomorrow’s yesterday is today. What you do today determines your success tomorrow. In any case, if you ignore your today, how do you survive your present circumstances?

Therefore, I suggest that you forget past pains, but learn as much as possible from the past. Then take advantage of your present and be realistic; thus avoiding just hoping that the future will be great without wise planning and action.

All the best my dear. See you at the top!

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SUCCESS SEMINAR 12 AUGUST 2017

In a bid to help everyone that wishes to attend the upcoming seminars where I am one of the speakers, I have talked to the organizers to help people without cash to attend. I am glad that they have agreed. All you do is to get 4 people to pay and attend one of the seminars, then you get in free. No more reason for you not to attend. Show me your entrepreneurial traits by getting just 4 people to pay, and you are in. You can not miss these seminars. This is where giants are made or polished.

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UPCOMING SUCCESS SEMINARS

In a bid to help everyone that wishes to attend the upcoming seminars where I am one of the speakers, I have talked to the organizers to help people without cash to attend. I am glad that they have agreed. All you do is to get 4 people to pay and attend one of the seminars, then you get in free. No more reason for you not to attend. Show me your entrepreneurial traits by getting just 4 people to pay, and you are in. You can not miss these seminars. This is where giants are made or polished.

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ABOUT THE ISSUE OF GIVING

26th June 2017

With Dr. Wilbert R. Mutoko

I am privileged to be a giver. I give money, advice, ideas, information, comfort, inspiration, motivation, joy, peace, listening ears and much more.

When you think of giving, what naturally comes to mind is giving money.

Most less privileged people think that all they require to become fortunate is money.

What most potential entrepreneurs think they need to start and grow their business is money.

Almost everybody believes that their life could get better when they get more money.

However, what I have realized is that it is not always about money.

Sometimes all you need is a listening person.

Sometimes you need a destiny helper to assist you or to link you up with helpful people.

In some cases, all you need is someone to give you their ears.

In other cases, all you need is someone giving you advice, mentorship or a book to read.

My conclusion, therefore is that you should avoid giving people money only because  those people may need more than money. If you just give them money, you may be disappointed to see them not appreciating the money. Thus, before you help people, make an assessment of what exactly they need.

Similarly, you should not always be on the lookout for money handouts. You may miss out great opportunities that come in as, time with a successful person or relevant advice.

 

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